“The Good Life Method: Reasoning Through the Big Questions of Happiness, Faith and Meaning” | Events | Department of Political Science
A Teachers for Lunch event featuring the authors of “The Good Life Method”, Meghan Sullivan and Paul Blaschko, both from the philosophy department.
Meghan Sullivan is a professor of philosophy at Wilsey Family Collegiate at the University of Notre Dame and director of the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study. Professor Sullivan’s research tends to focus on philosophical issues concerning time, modality, rational planning, value theory, and religious belief (and sometimes all five). She is deeply interested in how philosophy contributes to quality of life and the best methods to promote philosophical thought.
Paul Blaschko is assistant professor in the Department of Philosophy. He is a philosopher and his main areas of interest are epistemology and action theory. His research focuses on the nature and normative dimensions of deliberative belief formation, but he is also interested in theories of practical reason and value, the philosophy of religion, and medieval philosophy.
Oak Room to South Dining Room | Open to the ND community | lunch available at noon
Originally posted on constudies.nd.edu.